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Sign Up NOW for Lipscomb’s Ministry Intern Fair!

Posted in adolescence, church, Ministry, youth ministry with tags , , , , , , , , on October 20, 2014 by Walter

Lipscomb’s annual ministry fair is here to serve churches to help place students with ministries that have internship opportunities.  This year’s intern fair will be Tuesday, November 4th from 1:00-5:00pm on Lipscomb’s campus.

To begin the process please register your internship position with us.  Churches and ministries that are not able to interview in person at Lipscomb are encouraged to register and we will have students contact you directly.  These internships are intended to take place summer of 2015.

Interview Day – Tuesday, November 4th, 2014

(Last day to sign up is October 30th, 2014)

Tuesday, November 4th

1:00-5:30pm

Lipscomb University

CLICK HERE TO REGISTER YOUR MINISTRY

Event format is similar to “speed interviewing”. Before the 5th, students will sign up for interview slots with the churches that interest them. You will arrive on the 5th to an interview table for your congregation.  You will interview candidates during the 3 hour event.  Interview slots will be a standard 20 minutes with 5 minutes between so students can find the table for their interview during the following time slot.

We’re proud of our students and look forward to working with you as you’re introduced to them!

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.::Recruit a Lipscomb Student for Your Summer Internship

Posted in church, Life, Ministry, spiritual disciplines, Theology, youth ministry with tags , , , , on November 14, 2011 by Walter

Join us for the Lipscomb University

Youth Ministry Intern Recruiting Event.

Now is the time to register!  Student sign-ups begin soon.  As you register, an interview sheet will be available in our office.  Register now so your sign-up sheet will be available from the moment the rush to sign up begins.

REGISTRATION for this event is required.

Join us for a day of recruiting and fellowship on the LU campus.
This event will allow you to meet candidates interested in youth and children’s ministry internships.
Date: December 6th
Time: First interview begins at 1:30 p.m. The event will last until 4:30 p.m.
Where: Hall of Fame Room immediately following Youth Ministry luncheon with Steve Davidson


Event format is similar to “speed interviewing”. Before the 6th, students will sign up for interview slots with the churches that interest them. You will arrive on the 6th to an interview table for your congregation.  You will interview candidates during the 3 hour event.  Interview slots will be a standard 20 minutes with 5 minutes between so students can find the table for their interview during the following time slot.

CLICK HERE to register your church.

We’re proud of our students and look forward to working with you as you’re introduced to them!
The Career Development Staff

.::LIPSCOMB STUDENTS: Be a Youth Ministry Intern

Posted in adolescence, church, Life, Ministry, Teaching, Theology, What is Technology Doing to Our Souls?, youth ministry with tags , , , , , on November 14, 2011 by Walter

 

  • Don’t know what you want to do with your summer?
  • Want to make an impact in the lives of young people?
  • Want to have a ton of fun?
  • What to have your life changed in immeasurable ways?

Then a YOUTH MINISTRY INTERNSHIP may be for you.

I want you to consider serving this next summer being a youth ministry intern for a local church. This is a GREAT way to spend your summer and make a difference in the kingdom of God.

ON Tuesday, December 6th, Lipscomb University’s College of Bible & Ministry is hosting a Summer Youth Ministry Intern Fair where you can where you can interview with over 15 different churches from all over the Southeast. These internships come with a weekly salary (Usually around $300-$500/week) and include housing and expenses. There are a number of internships for both males and females.

WHAT DO DO NOW?
1. Let Dr. Surdacki Know Send a quick e-mail so I have you on my radar. (surdackiwf@lipscomb.edu)
1. PRAY ABOUT IT: Don‘t think this is for you? I challenge you to pray about it first… God might change your mind.
2. Get a resume together: Go to the Career Development Center and let them help you put together a resume between NOW and the end of the T-giving break.
3. TELL A FRIEND: You probably have a friend who might want to do something like this too…please forward this e-mail to them NOW.
4. RSVP on the Facebook Event Page: Go to http://goo.gl/R1qCT This way you’ll get the most up to date info.
5. SIGN UP FOR INTERVIEW SLOTS: AFTER the T-giving break, go by Career Development Center and sign up for the churches you want to interview with.

Summer Intern Fair
Tuesday December 6th
1:30-4:30pm
Hall of Fame Room Allen Arena